At Cambra Clinic we have acquired a 3D sensor for milling a digitally defined surface that enables the practitioner to produce a ceramic dental restoration.
The dentist uses a 3D camera to take an accurate picture of the damaged tooth, which is uploaded to the CEREC computer. The dentist then uses CAD-CAM technology to design the restoration.
When the design phase is complete, the information is sent wirelessly, to the milling unit which mills the restoration from a solid block of material.
Teeth can be restored in a single sitting with the patient, rather than the multiple sittings required with earlier techniques.